Suffolk firefighters rescue woman in Selden after car flips over, lands in ravine

A woman was rescued by Suffolk firefighters after her car flipped over in Selden and landed on its roof in a ravine. Officials tell News

Officials tell News 12 that the woman's vehicle

Officials tell News 12 that the woman's vehicle went off North Ocean Avenue, flipped over and went into the 15-foot ravine this afternoon. (Credit: News 12 )

SELDEN - A woman was rescued by Suffolk firefighters after her car flipped over in Selden and landed on its roof in a ravine.

Officials tell News 12 that the woman's vehicle went off North Ocean Avenue, flipped over and went into the 15-foot ravine Sunday afternoon.

Three children were in the car, but were able to get out.

The children and the woman suffered minor injuries.

There is no word on what caused the crash.

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